Who is eligible for the Hendra virus class action?
If you owned a horse that was administered the Zoetis Equivac HeV vaccine and you suffered financial loss or damage as a result of alleged misleading or deceptive conduct in relation to the information you were provided relating to the HeV vaccine – you may be entitled to register for the Hendra vaccine class action.
The Hendra virus vaccine class action is against Zoetis Australia Pty Limited (Zoetis).
As part of the registration, you will be asked to provide information on the following: Details of your horse/s that were injected with the HeV product; and
The side-effects experienced by the horse/s;In order for LHD to represent you in the class action, you will be asked to enter a Retainer and Cost Agreement with LHD Lawyers. In order to enter into the agreement, you will be asked to electronically accept the terms of the agreement. A copy of the full agreement will then be provided to you as part of the registration process.You will receive an email confirming receipt of your registration. If you do not receive this email within 48 hours, please call LHD Lawyers on 02 9264 6644 or email email@example.com to confirm your registration.
LHD Lawyers are working under a No Win No Fee guarantee for the Hendra virus vaccine class action lawsuit, as well as every other case that our team takes on.This means that unless we win the Hendra virus vaccine class action, you won’t pay us a cent! In class actions, the financial obligations are split amongst the group of plaintiffs, lessening the financial burden to you.
Cost obligations will be discussed prior to proceedings, or you can get in touch with our legal team now to have a clearer picture of potential costs.
Group members have a cooling off period of five days from the date of acceptance of the Retainer and Cost Agreement. This enables you to seek external legal advice, discuss any questions, negotiate the terms of the agreement or withdraw from the agreement.Following registration, you will receive timely notification of any relevant disclosures in respect to the case. Alternatively, you can opt out of the proceedings at any time, though you may not opt-in again.